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Capital Stock Statistics, Malaysia 2000 - 2010

Release Date : Wednesday 21, December 2011 1630

OVERALL PERFORMANCE

In 2010, the Gross Capital Stock (GKS) which reflects the accumulated investment of Malaysia registered an increase of 10.9 per cent in current price to RM2.5 trillion from RM2.2 trillion in the previous year. After taking into account the depreciation, the Net Capital Stock (NKS) grew by 9.7 per cent to RM1.5 trillion as compared to RM1.4 trillion recorded in the previous year. The Productive Capital Stock (PKS) which shows the productive assets of the economy strengthened by 10.4 per cent to RM2.0 trillion in 2010 from RM1.8 trillion recorded in 2009. The Consumption of Fixed Capital (COFC) which indicates the foreseen obsolescence of the capital assets or depreciation stood at RM119.3 billion in 2010, a growth of 9.7 per cent from RM108.7 billion registered in 2009. The increase in the value of the capital stocks resulted from the improvement in the investment in 2010.

At constant price, the GKS which increased by 3.9 per cent recorded a value of RM1.7 trillion in 2010 from RM1.6 trillion in the previous year. Meanwhile the NKS increased by 2.7 per cent, PKS grew by 3.4 per cent and COFC expanded by 4.4 per cent from the preceding year.  

 

GROSS CAPITAL STOCK

The GKS at constant price grew by 3.9 per cent in 2010 supported by the growth in the Mining and Quarrying sector which increased by 10.3 per cent as shown in Table 4. This was followed by the Manufacturing and Services sectors which expanded by 4.5 and 3.1 per cent respectively. The contributors of growth in the Services sector were Wholesale and Retail Trade, Accommodation and Restaurants 12.4 per cent, Transport, Storage and Communication (3.8 per cent), and Utilities (2.5 per cent).

 

In terms of type of assets, Structures which contributed 62.6 per cent share in 2010 grew by 2.4 per cent, while Machinery and Equipment with a share of 23.2 per cent, increased by 7.1 per cent. Other Assets registered a growth of 4.8 per cent as compared to 5.2 per cent in 2009. Other Assets in the Mining and Quarrying sector accounted for the biggest share, rose by 5.0 per cent in 2010.


 

 

NET CAPITAL STOCK

In line with the expansion in the GKS, the NKS at constant price increased by 2.7 per cent and stood at RM1.0 trillion in 2010 as compared to RM981.0 billion in 2009. This was driven by the increases in the Mining and Quarrying 9.3 per cent, Manufacturing (3.3 per cent) and Services (1.6 per cent) as can be seen in Table 6.

 

 

By type of assets, Machinery and Equipment contributed the highest growth in 2010 with 7.0 per cent, followed by Transport Equipment 10.9 per cent and Structures 0.7 per cent. Structures such as Residential, Non Residential and Other Construction remained as the largest assets in the Malaysia’s economy with a share of 65.2 per cent in 2010.

Table 6 indicates in 2010, Mining and Quarrying registered the highest growth for Stuctures with 35.7 per cent. Meanwhile, in the Manufacturing sector, Machinery and Equipment which accounted for the biggest share of 61.3 per cent, grew 5.2 per cent in 2010. Services recorded a double digit growth of 13.6 per cent in Transport Equipment.

 

PRODUCTIVE CAPITAL STOCK

In 2010, the PKS at constant price with a value of RM1.4 trillion recorded a growth of 3.4 per cent. This was mainly contributed by the increases in the Mining and Quarrying (9.7 per cent), Manufacturing (3.8 per cent) and Services (2.5 per cent).

By type of assets, Transport Equipment registered an increase of 9.9 per cent in 2010 (2009: 5.9 per cent), while Machinery and Equipment grew by 7.1 per cent as compared to 5.6 per cent previously. Other Assets such as Mineral Exploration, Capitalised Planting and Livestock expanded by 4.8 per cent. In terms of share, Other Assets increased from 9.7 per cent in 2009 to 9.9 per cent in 2010.
 
In 2010, the PKS at constant price with a value of RM1.4 trillion recorded a growth of 3.4 per cent. This was mainly contributed by the increases in the Mining and Quarrying (9.7 per cent), Manufacturing (3.8 per cent) and Services (2.5 per cent).

Note : More tables are available in the National Accounts, Capital Stock Statistics, 2000-2010 publication

 

Download Table 1 : Measurements of Capital Stocks at Current Prices  pdf_biru  excel_biru
  Table 2 : Measurements of Capital Stocks at Constant 2000 Prices pdf_biru excel_biru
Table 3 : Gross Capital Stock by Kind of Economic Activity at Current Prices pdf_biru excel_biru
Table 4 : Gross Capital Stock by Kind of Economic Activity at Constant 2000 Prices pdf_biru  

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Table 5 : Gross Capital Stock by Type of Assets at Current Prices  

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Table 6 : Gross Capital Stock by Type of Assets at Constant 2000 Prices  

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Table 7 : Net Capital Stock by Kind of Economic Activity at Current Prices  

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Table 8 : Net Capital Stock by Kind of Economic Activity at Constant 2000 Prices  

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Table 9 : Net Capital Stock by Type of Assets at Current Prices  

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Table 10 : Net Capital Stock by Type of Assets at Constant 2000 Prices  

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Table 11 : Productive Capital Stock by Kind of Economic Activity at Current Prices  

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Table 12 : Productive Capital Stock by Kind of Economic Activity at Constant 2000 Prices  

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Table 13 : Productive Capital Stock by Type of Assets at Current Prices  

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Table 14 : Productive Capital Stock by Type of Assets at Constant 2000 Prices  

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Table 15 : Consumption of Fixed Capital by Kind of Economic Activity at Current Prices  

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Table 16 : Consumption of Fixed Capital by Kind of Economic Activity at Constant 2000 Prices  

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Table 17 : Consumption of Fixed Capital by Type of Assets at Current Prices  

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Table 18 : Consumption of Fixed Capital by Type of Assets at Constant 2000 Prices  

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